Monday, January 31, 2011

One World One Heart 2011


Hi! Welcome to my One World One Heart Giveaway!

My name is Miss Mary, and my blog exists to document my handwork while putting it in the context of a long line of women who sew. My blog is named for Lillian Catherine, my great-grandmother. One of her hand-stitched quilts hangs on my wall, and one of her quilt tops serves as the background image of this blog. Recently I encountered a picture of her I'd never seen before and was struck by such a familiar profile, even before I learned it was Lillian.

For more information about me and what kinds of projects I enjoy, see the label cloud in the sidebar.

Now for the giveaway!

I am giving away quilter's cotton:

1 fat eighth of zebra print
1 fat quarter of seafoam dot
40 five-inch charm squares ranging from blues to browns and including some walnut-dyed print

To enter, please leave a comment by February 17.

In your comment, please tell me something you are doing now that you never expected to be doing, or tell me something you are doing or have done that you thought was impossible!

Personally, I am looking at going back to school and studying some conglomerate of neuroscience, math, possibly physics, who knows where the adventure will take me. Meanwhile I am excited about doing something I never would have imagined for myself and turning something seemingly impossible into reality!

Make sure you either include your email address in your comment or your email address can be found through your blog profile. The giveaway is open internationally, and will select my winner.

Thanks so much, and click the image at the top or in the sidebar to enjoy the OWOH ride!


Mimi said...

It looks like I am the first to share something about myself that is unexpected or impossible... holy smokes, that is a tough one! I'm going to say that this year I will make a greater effort to drive on the highway when we are travelling!

Barb said...

Today I am trying my hand at stitching...I have done one wall hanging but I am still intimidated by it.

Cat & Cricket said...

Welcome to the magic carpet ride!
Your blog is great..count me in!
Cat@ Tattered Rebel

Anonymous said...

How lovely! I would love to win it!
Please come to my Blog to win a real crystal ball!
Be well & wish well,

Thespa said...

The first thing I noticed was the family resemblance between you and your great grandmother even before I read your post. Uncanny. My grandmothers were also quilters and I am happy to be the preserver of several of their quilts for future generations. I keep one draped over the chair in my studio and everytime I lean back against it I feel comforted, just like getting a hug. I'm so glad to meet you, you seem like a kindred spirit. Hope you have a wonderful time at the OWOH. Hugs!


The Holleys said...

I am into quilting, these are great prizes!

jonaks said...

oh, I can think lots of ways to use your fabric! Someday I would love to do some skydiving!

ziggy stardust said...

what a lovely and useful, might I add, giveaway! i hope i am the lucky winner! please add me to the draw and, if you have a chance, please swing by my blog...


Donna said...

Thank you for taking the time to offer this lovely gift and thank you for the opportunity to win!

Moriah said...

Wow! Such a fabulous blog! I've enjoyed taking a look around and getting to know you a bit.

Mrs A said...

lovely giveaway Miss Mary, they would make a wonderful quilt :), i hope you can visit me too

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Greetings!...So pleased to visit your lovely blog. I am a Canadian Mixed Media and Digital Artist and look forward to meeting a new friend. I hope you will visit my blog as well. or #230 on the OWOH list.

Thank you for including me in your wonderful gift draw.

Hugs, Gayle
my blog:

Arya said...

Thank you for being apart of the OWOH journey!

Homemaker Honey said...

G'Day from Brisbane! Poppin' in for OWOH event. Woo Hoo! Fabric!!! A girl can never have enough fabric, don't you agree?

homemakerhoney@ gmail .com

My OWOH giveaway:

Cameron said...

I think the thing that's been surprising to me...that I thought was keeping one man's interest for 16 years now! If you would've asked my practical young self what my odds were of meeting my soulmate at 21 was, I would've easily said nil! Ha!

Love your yummy fabric! Count me in!
Cameron #83

Elsina said...

How wonderful you plan to go to study! I would love to write a book, a historical non fiction book and hope I can really do so in the future. I also would love to make an American quilt once (all though I can't but hope to learn). Love the fabrics! Please enter me in your give away. I am also a participant in OWOH :)

vintage wil said...

Beautiful giveway!!!

Doina said...

Great giveaway! Please count me in!

Hermine said...

Awesome givr away!

Amber Dawn Inventive Soul said...

<3 I love your comment! ~*Thank you very much!*~
I LOVE nano scale and one day I'd love to work in a clean room (Not my studio- I mean the type where they work on micro scale work.
No dust and no excess vibrations. I'll be able to achieve VERY tiny work!!!
It will be fun!
One day!
(the one with the tiny cupcakes, lemons etc.)

bockel24 said...

I´d love to win your fabrics as "sewing more" is on my schedule for 2011"! I´m in an online class about digital journaling right now, and this is something I´d never thought I could handle - but I´m learning so much, and I´ve even made my second new blog header after only two weeks of learning ... So good luck with your own plans for this year, and have fun with OWOH! Oh, and please visit my own blog and see my giveaways :-)

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

What a great giveaway!
Please include me in the drawing.
Thank you.

Ellen said...

Greetings from Canada. Nice giveaway!
Visit me at #336 at Shimmer and Tulle.

AlwaysInspired said...

Wonderful fabrics!
Stop by and enter my OWOH! I'm #50!

Astrid Maclean said...

Hi there, so nice to meet you!
Your giveaway is wonderful and gorgeous, would love to be in with a chance to win!

Greetings from bonny Scotland.

PS. If you have a minute please come and visit mine too:o)

Laura said...

lovely door prize!!!..please count me in! the way is the lady on the header your grandma?? guy look like twins!

Tumbleweed Trails said...

Hope you have oodles of fun during OWOH. I've enjoyed it so much over the years. Thanks for your generosity and participation in the event. Love your creativity. I fell instantly in love with your darling Sock Imp in your previous post. Count me in please, I'd love to make something from the fabric.
visionquest2020 AT msn DOT com

Cherry said...

Yea! So glad to be here. You have an awesome blog! Come check mine out sometime. Thanks for entering me!

Jingle said...

This fabric is awesome! I love the zebra and that seafoam dot is SO WONDERFUL! As for your question...I am making dolls! It is a totally new thing for me (about a year) and I NEVER would have thought I was even capable of doing it, but I love it and that is exactly what I would use these fabrics for! jinglesells at gmail dot com #357

Aimee Jeffries said...

I love your header pic and blog concept!Happy OWOH! Nice to meet you :)

The Altered Paper said...

Please put me in the pot for your OWOH Door Prize!
Thank You,Tee

Sunshineshelle said...

Hey Miss Mary! My husbands the sewer in our family, my mother was a artist when she sewed, and now my 16 year old makes her own shorts & SupaNova Dress up outfits (Naruto, Sailor Moon) such a cool gift! By the way I'm pleased to meet you (I'm Shelle from Sunshine Coast Australia) If you have time I'd love you to come on over check out my giveaways & comment at my OWOH post too :) One World One Heart... It's a marathon BUT SO MUCH FUN!!!!

antmee said...

Love your fabric crafts! I'm a fabricholic so please count me in!

Cheryl said...

Greetings from Fresno, California :-)
Please enter me in your drawing for your lovely give-away gift.
~Cheryl over @ Artsy Fartsy

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

Such a great story. I can see the resemblances too! would love to add this to my stash!

Deborah said...

I never thought that I would get the chance to just sit around for a bit without scrambling to earn a living. i am enjoying this short respite. Please add me to your giveaway and come over and visit me on my blog too. I am #229 on the list.

Linda said...

Hi Miss Mary,

What I am doing I never thought I would be is living in New Mexico again. I moved away 20+ years ago and just moved back. Not sure I like the snow we're getting but I'll eventually get used to it I suppose.

Thanks for stopping by my blog to visit. I really appreciate it. I hope you will visit again soon. And thanks too for participating in OWOH event. I'm having a wonderful time getting to know more people out in blog land.

Summerland Cottage Studio said...

Hi Miss Mary !

Thank you for popping in to my world so I could find yours.
LoVe your "Rules to Govern Creativity" and your quilting designs are amazing !

JUNE said...

Thx for lovin my art so much...and way cool on the reaction to the "love story" is pretty amazing and I'm living it...great comments...loved it...thx again....oh and I don't know anything about quilting so I wouldn't want to waste the gift someone else would love to use...but just in case my number comes up, let me know and we'll pick a new one!
Thx again for all your fun...june #75

Kim Henkel said...

Hello Miss Mary!
Your comment on my blog did make me smile! I am trying my hand at journaling - which is totally new to me.
Kim from Northern Canada (more specific - Haines Junction, Yukon)

Klik said...

I never thought, that I will sew toys. My blog is only 1 year, but people round the world already buy my toys in shops and via Internet!

Best wishes from Russia!

johanna said...

actually... a few years ago i thought i would never come near a sewing machine (sort of school trauma...) - but now i love it; well, guerilla sewing, that is... i do not strive for perfection, but it gives me so much joy to work with fabrics!

Mallory said...

I could make something out of those :)
goodasgoldie at yahoo dot com

Katarina said...

Hi Mary. I just LOVE your creativity rules. Things are so much better when you follow them. Best wishes from Sweden (I'm no 533)

BabesbyBarb said...

what a lovely gift, I love fabric and quilt when I find the time, my first love is sculpting with polymer clay , please stop by and visit my blog for my giveaway

Healing Woman said...

The fabric you offer is diversified enough to please everyone I think. I would love to add it to my stash. Please also come by to see me at number 92. I do some quilting but it is by machine...I am a sculptor.

Shirley said...

Great fabric!
Something I never thought I'd be doing? My son needs a shirt to wear under a suit on Saturday. I've lengthening the sleeves 9 cm by using the lower halves of the sleeves from another shirt. Now I'm in the process of narrowing it. I've done one side and tomorrow will do the other. He won't be here until Friday, so hopefully it will fit.

Hoopie said...

I enjoyed visiting your KEWL blog

Please stop by mine OWOH 2011

Janine said...

Hallo , nice to meet you.
Thank you for giving us the chance to win your great doorprice.
This fabric is really beautiful.
I would love to win that.
Please count me in.
Come visit me on my blog,I join the OWOH- event too.
Regards from Germany and happy OWOH

Micki said...

What lovely fabrics and wonderful meeting you!
Please visit Irish Muses at #678

Nanbon44 said...

So very nice to meet you... I am having so much fun reading all the wonderful blogs..

Please enter my name in your lovely drawing
Bonnie in Florida
Blogs Southern Style #566 and Nanbon's Corner #567 USA

Terri said...

I love your blog. Thanks for coming over to visit. I have a lot of grace, otherwise all my students would have been suspended at one time or another!

I love how you named your blog, if I start another one, that is what I am going to do!

Anonymous said...

Greetings from California

Thanks for visiting my blog :0) I am enjoying yours !

Please enter me in your giveaway...

I would love for you to become a part of my blog family,
...later when you have time please visit back and join?

I will attach myself to yours as well.
thanks so much!
♥ tere

I am learning to etch glass... which I never thought I would do! fun!!

Grace Wong said...

I have always been a really shy and isolated child (and still am), and I never expected to have a blog!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Keshia said...

Hi there, thank you for stopping my my blog and entering in my door prize.

These past 12 months have been full of achieving the impossible for myself, a new babe after much heart ache, a new found passion in discovering myself and who I am about.

I have followed your blog, I look forward to getting to know more about you!


Kim said...

Ok I am wiping away the drool - I have a love for fabric - this is a fabulous giveaway. Thanks for giving me the chance to win!

random thoughts do or di said...

I am so excited to participate in my first OWOH blog tour . Your creativity is lovely. If I am lucky enough to win
please contact me through my blog

Sherry Edwards said...

It's lovely to meet you MissMary - your blog is very special with your background and blog header - beautiful!

In answer to your question, the only thing I can think of is that I never expected to have a blog and be visited and appreciated by many people from all over the world.

Thanks for already stopping by my giveaway - good luck.

Sherry from England, UK (OWOH#133)

FairlyGirly said...

Gorgeous fabric. Thanks for the chance to win. Please pop over to my blog and enter mine #636

Mervi said...

Hi, beautiful fabrics -please count me in your draw!

Nice to meet you via OWOH; I'm number *451*
greetings from Finland;-))m

leikkaan AT

Betty said...

Love the fabrics, pick me, pick me! I love to sew and make purses, bags, wallets (one of my gifts), I also make all natural body butters and lip butter (self taught because I hated the chemicals in story bought)- also one of my gifts. I do not believe anything is impossible if you truly set your heart to the task!

Lezlei Ann Young said...

Oh please enter me in your OWOH Giveaway! If I am the winner, you can contact me at Take a moment to visit my blog and enter my OWOH Giveaway at


Janet said...

I am a workaholic who has nothing to do at work. It is driving me crazy! So I fill my days with seeking out creativity and beauty. I'd love to win the fabric.

just me said...

forget hello, you had me at fabric! lol self professed fabric hoarder here!! so love your giveaway!! please throw my name in the pot

Atypical Girl said...

Mary!!! Isn't this how we met last year? :) I actually never expected to make a friend last year...and I did--you!

CathyH said...

Hi Miss Mary! I love the photo of you and your grandmother and seeing her stitches. I've supported myself with only my music and art for the last 7 yrs. Sometimes I worry about things but most the time I am so grateful that I can do what I love so much!
cathyguitarteacher-77 at

jane p said...

Oh fabric, fabric! I'm a fabric addict so you're speaking to the right person!!!

jacque4u2c said...

Greetings from Louisville, KY - USA
Nice to meet you and visit your blog.
Winning your give away would be awesome!
Thanks for including me in your drawing..Come visit me, I am playing too.

Danielle said...

something I never thought I'd be doing....loving being a stay at home mom!
binafan at hotmail dot com

Dianne said...

The fabric is fab! I mainly use fabrics to embellish my cross stitched pieces. I love all kinds of designs.
Please enter me in your draw and come on over to my blog #348 and toss your name in the hat if you wish. Thanks!

Mary Ann said...

Hello, nice to meet you. I retired a few years ago and have lots of time on my hands so I have decided to take up quilting. I do all kinds of sewing but I have never quilted in my life. I recently went into a store for quilters and I bought a few fat quarters...even though I had no idea what a fat quarter was and I was too embarrassed to ask:) When I got home I googled it LOL....Now I know:)

Julie said...

I love your "rules". I have a little trouble with #2. As a fellow stitcher I really appreciate your blog. I, too, went back to school, at the age of 34, for a whole new career. Which I left behind to have babies. At the age of 44 and 46. Nothing is impossible.


suziqu's thread works said...

How fortunate and special are you to own and hang your grandmother's handstitched quilt! WOW!
From one crazy quilter to another I would be so
fortunate to win some lovely fabric for my work.
Pop over to my blog and check out my quilts and fibre work and put your name in my draw.
The quilt is so special and makes a lovely background.
x Suzy

Elaine Akers said...

Hello from southeastern Massachusetts. I have enjoyed your blog.I will be back after OWOH is over. Thanks for the opportunity of winning you fabric giveaway. I LOVE fabric. Also, my mom and granddaughter's name is Lillian. :-)
Stop and visit my blog #634

Miriam said...

Something I did not expect:
A couple of years I started my blog and called it Borduurblog (it is Dutch, the translation is Embroidery Blog). But in 2011 I suddenly lost my interest in embroidery (temporarily of forever, I am not sure) and now I am only knitting and crocheting!

rochambeau said...

Please throw my name into your hat Miss Mary!


Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I am probably the only artist in the world who works in fabric, who doesn't have a huge stash. I would be honored to own this fabric. I love what you have chosen for us. I'm number 11 and hope you drop by.

I'm Toni said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog (3AM Designs)! I have had fun visiting your here and looking at your quilts! I love quilts - have them on my beds, and I have some heirlooms that I'm afraid to put out.
Have fun with OWOH!

Gracie "Neky White" said...

I'm learning how to knit, and I always thought that would be impossible!! But I enjoy to learn new things, even if they seem difficult =D

Thanks for the chance to win!

Come to visit me if you have time

Ksenia said...

Wow! Your door prize is wonderful!
I'm learning simultaneously three foreign languages. A few years ago I thought it's impossible!

Oxana from Moldova
fancyscrap at

Beadwright said...

Hello you have a lovely blog. I have enjoyed my visit here. Please count me in for your giveaway.

baglady said...

something impossible that I am doing....I am proud of the fact that I raised three young men by myself and they all turned out to be really good men. It wasn't always easy and they weren't always angels but overall, I'm pretty proud of them and me. Come visit me at #777 :) and good luck with starting school.


Oh you have such a wonderful blog and love the fact that your design was influenced by Lillian! Oh and your fabric give away, My heart skipped a beat when I saw the zebra print! I need more to complete my husband's jungle print quilt. I have been skimping on that print in trying to finish. I shall have to keep my fingers crossed! Visit me too #220 needlewings at

Belinda said...

your blog is beautiful .please visit mine #425
my giveaway is a ooak polymer bunting baby

Kim Dellow said...

Lovely blog. So nice to see you and your blog on my journey around OWOH 2011. Enjoy the rest of OWOH. Kim (No. 724)

Caroline said...

I love fabric, wonderful giveaway! Please enter me--thanks :) OWOH #318

Keisha said...

Hello from Navada! I love your giveaway! Please count me in! Thank you!!

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(¸.•´ (¸.•´Keisha

Beckie Holso said...

Isn’t this fun? I just love OWOH! Thank you for participating… please count me in for your terrific giveaway. If you get a chance, I hope you’ll visit me too (if you haven’t already).

Beckie =)
artbeckons at hotmail dot com
San Diego, California, USA

OWOH #119
OWOH #132

Sheila said...

I would love to win these fabrics , being a quilter they would have a great home ;-) What have I done or am doing , well how about having my teenage grandson live with us for his last two years of schooling ,sure didn't expect that .

JLaine said...

Hello from Thailand! Thanks for such a nice introduction about your great grandmother. As for the sharing part, one thing that I'm doing now which I thought was impossible is that I'm earning through my blogs. As a SAHM, I never thought that i could earn something just by blogging and in a way it has blessed our family tremendously :)

Here's my OWOH post..please click here.. :)

laetriciajaniel (@) gmail (d0t) com

Donna said...

Thank you for for offering this beautiful gift and thank you for the chance to win. Your hard work really shows!

Debra said...

Wow what a lovely giveaway! Please add me to the list !Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Noemi said...

It is amazing how you two look alike. I thought it was a clever idea made with Photoshop.
A big hug from Spain.

trisha too said...

Oh, yes, pass it this way, please! Your blog header is fab--the photos are intriguing.

Happy OWOH to you!

If you get the chance, stop by and say hi--I'm OWOHing, too!

trishatoo at hotmail dot com

ladybug said...

it took me a while to get to your post because I was stalled at your banner....LOVE that image. It told me so much about you, and your blog without even getting to scroll down.

What a pleasure to visit and read about what you're doing. In answer to your question, I had always thought that I would have become a wife and parent by this point in my life, but instead I've traveled the world performing and directing, and now I'm looking into the possibility of getting some gallery space for some of my art quilts....I love the life I'm living...even if it is far from what I imagined it to be!

As for your gift-a-way, I can never resist the call of fabric...count me in! And please swing by and visit my site when you get the chance.

CindyBee said...

Hello Miss Mary from Tennessee. Thanks for stopping by. I love your blog - please enter me in your giveaway - I love fabric :-). I've had a wee look around but I will be back for a longer visit when I have finished my OWOH world tour.

Anonymous said...

Hi Miss Mary,

I am returning your visit to our blog (#208 on Lisa's fab list) thanks for visiting us!
I wish I could adhere to your rule #2, but sometimes things sit on the shelf for a while and sometimes dinner doesn't get cooked because I am in the middle of finisihing and there's just that bit more to do!

Please enter us in your prizedraw, I hope we will be lucky.

Zlata Vdovina said...

Я шью игрушки, и эти замечательные ткани были бы очень кстати. Приходите в гости!

s hyler said...

I would love to be entered in your wonderful drawing, if you get a chance please stop by my blog it is #809 on the OWOH tour.

Wendy said...

Hello Miss Mary,
It is wonderful to meet such a sweet person. I love the quilts that I have seen on your blog. Beautiful work. I would love to be entered into your great giveaway. Happy OWOH.
wishes and whimsy
Wendy from Wonderland

Ukka said...

Ooooh gorgeous blog candy. Thank you for the chance to win!
(my email is in my profile)
Greetings from Russia,

Wanda AKA "Craftymule" said...

Well, hello there from snowy Arkansas! Please enter me in your fantastic giveaway and if you haven't already, be sure to stop by my blog and enter my giveaway, too. #215 on the list.

Warmest regards,

Wanda Eash
Two Crafty Mules

Sam Bonney said...

Greetings from Cornwall, UUUMMMMMM ! this is a difficult one, well I never thought I would be addicted to blogging and entering lots of challenges LOL. Never mind there can be worst ways to spend spare time!

SLucy said...

Sweet Giveaway~Hello from Ontario Canada. Please count me in for your giveaway.

Please visit my OWOH giveaway:

Deedra said...

I loooooooooove fabric! Please count me in!! said...

Hello, greetings from Malaysia. It is nice to meet

you.And thank U for the generous opportunity.
Please come visit me too!

whimsyloft [at] gmail [dot] com

Laurie said...

Something I never expected to be doing is fighting breast cancer; but it's going well so I am not complaining! I love how you're carrying on your ancestor's legacy with your sewing, and it looks like you're having fun! Thank you for stopping by my blog and entering my OWOH giveaway! Enjoy the rest of the event!

quiltmom said...

Miss Mary,
I am contemplating designing my quilt design using some panels. We are also thinking about how to fix up our home so that we can renovate- it has involved decluttering 30 years of stuff!
I love fabric and am a quilter- you are very fortunate to have some of Miss Lillian's pieces to treasure.
I hope you are getting a chance to visit other blogs and meet some new penpals.
Warmest regards from Western Canada,

Susan said...

Lovely to meet you, please include me in your fabric drawing.
I am disabled and have been for 5 years, mostly housebound. Since I only Got my degree in 2000, and was only working in my field for 5 years. That is definitely something I didn't expect to be doing. Which is why I have become a blogger, went back to my roots of art, in many forms, and a member of OPERATION WRITE HOME--making cards for our enlisted to be able to use to send home to loved ones.

Please come join my fun at #209.
thanks and warm blessings,
(Pieces of Fate)

The Gingerbread Lady said...

Hi MissMary,
yes, I know of Geiselwind - but I've never been there. I have a sneaking suspicion that it's not exactly a centre of rockin' nightlife and exquisite culture, but a rather sleepy little town with a leisure park. Kind of like the Disneyland of upper Bavaria.
What am I doing that I didn't expect to find myself doing? SURFING DOZENS OF GORGEOUS BLOGS LOOKING AT OTHER PEOPLE MAKING STUFF INSTEAD OF MAKING MY OWN (haha!) Really, I wish people wouldn't make such clever and inticing stuff - I might get more work done.
Best wishes from near your ancestral home,
The Gingerbread Lady

stampgram said...

Hello from Cody, Wyoming, USA. I enjoyed visiting your blog and getting to know a bit about you. I love your background...and that it is your gr-grandmother's quilting. How special that is. I have some old linens of my mother's that I treasure too. I do mostly mixed media and paper arts but do sewing and quilting too. Right now I am working on an art journal and on some embroidered pillowcases for a gift.
Thanks for participating in OWOH. Please enter me in the drawing for your lovely offerings.
If you haven't done so yet, please stop by and enter these giveaways too.
# 385
# 132

sasa said...

Fabby fabrics and a really great blog - quilts are a magical world of their own...

count me !

Sarah at 662 - do call by...

Kimberly R. said...

I'd love to enter your wonderful giveaway!
I hope to learn more about knitting this year, it it quite a challenge!
Thanks :)
kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

martha brown said...

I'm a stitcher -- I can always use cottons :)
Please enter my name into your draw -- thanks so much!
~martha (#384)
(from toronto :)

peggy aplSEEDS said...

i would love to win and use those textiles! i go to the city jail 3 times a month as my ministry, something i never thought i would do. thanks so much for the chance to win your giveaway. if you haven't yet, i hope you can drop by my blog at (#544) and join my OWOH giveaway. blessings!

JBlanton said...

I never thought I would learn how to sew but I did-
You have an awesome blog and giveaway- I am having so much fun checking out OWOH participant's blogs. Thanks for the opportunity to win

Holly said...

What a lovely door prize, love the selection of color and pattern! I guess for this year I didn't expect to become a Grandma this year, but I am oh so excited! Thanks for the chance!

Just Jenn Designz said...

Oh what wonderful fabric! The things I could do with it :) I would love for you to throw my name into the hat.

I would also love for you to hop on over to my blog for a visit. I am #78 on the OWOH participant list.

WondrousStrange said...

Count me in on the lovely giveaway.If I should be the lucky winner just email me through my blog.
Such a generous give away!

Azurlin said...

Greetings from Ipswich, MA

It's a pleasure to meet you. Please enter me into the OWOH give away.

I hope you will visit my blog, too.
I'm offering a shabby chic denim necklace. I'm #509

Singtatter said...

Greetings from a tatter in Singapore. Please include me for the drawing! Thanks for the giveaway!

Que Bella said...

Hey Miss Mary, It's wonderful to meet you and to discover your blog via OWOH. I like your "rules to govern creativity". I should print those out and keep handy for when I'm working! Something I never thought I'd do... blogging. However I'm a complete procrastinatrix when it comes to blogging. Love all that fabric. What a great giveaway. Please count me in. ~Michelle, OWOH #598~

Birgit said...

Hi Mary,

You and your great-grandmother really have similar faces. :)

Thanks for the chance to win such lovely fabric. I would like to work more with fabric, so your giveaway goodies would be a great start. :)

Greetings from Germany,
# 66

Sean said...

From the Florida Gulf Coast
I am entering for my daughter Melanie, she had wanted to participate in this year's event, but a fire changed her plans... I thought I would surprise her and do this for her..
Visit the site I set up for her on my blog #579.. and enter her name in the contest, thank You


Top Floor Treasures said...

Hello from England :) Great giveaway! I would love to win some fabric! Please count me in.
Here's my O.W.O.H. post

Paula said...

Mary, what a pleasure to run across your blog! It's just lovely, and I am signing up as your latest follower! I'm so anxious to take a look around and learn more of your beautiful work. I adore the header on your blog and that you've named it for your great-grandmother. It's so nice to find another blogger so connected to family and heritage.

Your giveaway is wonderful, and someone will be so fortunate! I'll be keeping my fingers crossed. Meanwhile, I'll be coming back to visit with you again, and I hope you'll drop by for a visit with me when you have a few moments.

So nice to "meet" you, and thank you so much for the chance to win.


Barbara Olivo Cagle said...

Hi Miss Mary, I would love to win your beautifully handcrafted quilter's cotton, zebra print, sefoam dot. and charm squares art projects. How sweet! Please visit my blog, too. I am the author of "16 x MOM: A Mastery of Motherhood." I am giving away my book and a couple of laminated 4 leaf clovers.

Chelle said...

Hi, it's wonderful to meet you through this lovely event. I'd love for my name to be entered into your giveaway. Thank you in advance and have a wonderful day. :-) I'm off now to look at more of your blog!


Carolyn or Connee said...

Wow it is do look like your Grandma and to have somethings that she touched, designed, and exciting.
Please visit my blog and see my giveaways.
Carolyn Kight from Michigan, USA


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Anonymous said...

Hello MissMary!! I sooo admire your work! It is sooo not my forte but I'm envious of those that do a fabulous job making it their own! Love it!
Hello from Chilliwack, BC, Canada! Thanks for dropping by my blogs during the OWOH 2011 hop! Hope you’ve had a fabulous experience! It’s a pleasure meeting you! Keep your art alive!
~Spike (#22) (#24)

spikelikeart at gmail dot com

Tess said...

Wow, what a generous door prize. Count me in please.
Teresa aka Tess
tkm1960@cox(dot)net <use the . not the word

Jenxo said...

I just love your blog header miss mary!! im sure all those fabric pieces will come in very handy!!

Thanks for stopping by my blog too...

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Greetings from the Philippines! Love fabric- I make them into flower collages! Patsy.paterno (at) from

Teri said...

What wonderful fabric that your giving away! Please include me in your giveaway!
I love to scrapbook and create altered art
jewelry. Your blog is very nice. Please stop by mine! Thanks for sharing your blog. Have fun on your blog travels.


Damla (Sweepstake Lover) said...

Thanks for the great giveaway. I hope I win. Best wishes...
I started to make music and to learn piano. It seemed impossible, but now I'm doing :)

annabell_lee_dk (at)

Leslie H. said...

Great giveway, Loving this OWOH and meeting everyone. Come by for a visit Leslie

Monica said...

Thank you for a chance to win your fabulous giveaway! Don't forget to visit me too!

Monica #340
giddygreetings at yahoo dot com